When an active domain expires, it can still be renewed by the current owner for about two months after the expiration and even though it will not be active, it cannot be taken by someone else. When the domain name is not renewed by that point, however, it gets into a 5-day deletion time frame and after that it's released to the public. Throughout the deletion period anybody will be able to send a backorder for the domain through an ICANN-licensed registrar and the service provider will use its registry channel to make an effort to register the domain on behalf of the user immediately after it is available. As numerous registrars can attempt to get a given domain and names are acquired on first-come, first-serve basis, there isn't any warranty that using such a computerized service will grant you possession over it, still this is the most efficient way to get an attractive domain name since trying to register it yourself almost certainly means that you will be way too late.
Domain Backorder in Shared Web Hosting
You shall be able to backorder domains from your Hepsia Control Panel because we partner with an ICANN-approved registrar company and we offer this service as a part of all shared web hosting solutions. This way, you will not need a separate account and you shall be able to manage the recently obtained domain and the hosting space for it in a single place. The service has its own section in the Control Panel where you will discover all domains due to be deleted in the following five days. For a more precise search, you will be able to use several filters that we have added - minimum and maximum amount of characters, domain extension, exact deletion date, etc. In addition, you'll be able to search exclusively for domains that contain dictionary words or set a phrase of your choosing. Getting a domain from the list will take you only a mouse click and in case we're unable to register the desired name, your money will not be lost and you shall be able to use it for domain name registrations, renewals or backorders in the future.